Annual turnover at Tattersalls tops 300 million guineas for the first time, with a record 331 million guineas worth of bloodstock sold.
Dispersal of Ballymacoll Stud concludes.
Marsha Sells for European Record 6,000,000 Guineas at Tattersalls December Mare Sale
Turnover at Book 1 of the Tattersalls October Yearling Sale tops 100m guineas.
Tattersalls celebrates its 250th Year Anniversary.
Tattersalls launches the £25,000 Tattersalls October Book 1 Bonus to replace the Tattersalls Millions race series.
Tattersalls buys Brightwells Bloodstock Sales which hold auctions at Cheltenham and Ascot racecourses.
Irish 1,000 Guineas winner Just The Judge sells for 4.5 million guineas; the highest price for a filly at auction in British auction history.
Tattersalls takes a majority stake in French sales company Osarus.
Immortal Verse set a European record for a broodmare when selling for 4.7m guineas at the Tattersalls December Mare Sale.
Dancing Rain becomes the first Oaks winner to be sold at public auction carrying her first foal in over 50 years. She sells for 4 million guineas.
A Galileo filly out of Alluring Park sets a new world record for a yearling when selling to Al Shaqab Racing for 5,000,000 guineas..
Tattersalls takes a 20% stake in leading Australian auction house William Inglis & Son Limited.
Tattersalls creates the Tattersalls Millions Race series worth £2.3m. Turnover hits 244 million guineas.
Annual turnover at Tattersalls tops 200 million guineas for the first time, with a record 233 million guineas worth of bloodstock sold.
Magical Romance sells for a world record price for a broodmare of 4,600,000 guineas on the second day of the December Mare Sale which turned over just short of 30 million guineas; the highest grossing day in European auction history.
A colt by Sadler’s Wells out of Darara sells for 3.4m guineas; a European record for a yearling.
Michael Watt is succeeded as Chairman by Edmond Mahony but remains on the Board until his retirement in 1996, after 50 years with the company.
Tattersalls introduces the Tattersalls Breeze Up Sale.
Tattersalls increases its holding in Ballsbridge Sales and the operation becomesa wholly owned subsidiary called Tattersalls (Ireland).
Kenneth Watt retires as Chairman and is replaced by his cousin Michael Watt.
Tattersalls buys a 44% stake in Irish company Ballsbridge International Bloodstock Sales.
Vaguely Noble sold for 136,000 guineas, a world record for a horse in training.
New sale ring completed at Park Paddocks, Newmarket.
Tattersalls move yearling sales from Doncaster to Newmarket.
Last Tattersalls yearling sales at Doncaster. Tattersalls offices re-established in modern block on site of old offices at Knightsbridge Green.
Tattersalls sales at Doncaster resume.
Knightsbridge Green site sold.
September Sales: Future St Leger winner Sayajirao sold for record 28,000 guineas.
No July Sale or Doncaster Sales.
Last Sales held by Tattersalls at Knightsbridge Green.
July Sales attended by King George V.
Tattersalls sales at Doncaster: Mumtaz Mahal sold to Aga Khan for top price of 9,100 gns.
Tattersalls sales at Doncaster: New worldrecord price for yearling Blue Ensign(The Tetrarch – Blue Tit), bred by Sledmere Stud and sold to Lord Glanely for 14,500 guineas.
First December Sales held at Park Paddocks, Newmarket.
Tattersalls takes lease of Glasgow Paddocks, Doncaster, for sales previously held outside Salutation Inn, Doncaster.
Tattersalls Sales move from Hyde Park Corner to new site at Knightsbridge Green.
Richard Tattersall establishes Tattersalls Sales at Hyde Park Corner.